The Intelligent Systems group focuses on research in computational intelligence, including work on spiking neural networks, fuzzy systems, multiple valued logic, cognitive robotics, creative technologies, intelligent multimedia and wireless sensory systems. The research is also being applied to re-configurable computing, hardware-software partitioning, design automation, self-repair of complex embedded systems, service robotics and machine vision systems. The Intelligent Systems Research Centre is newly established in 2007 and represents a significant commitment to leading-edge research infrastructure over the next five years, focusing on bio-inspired computational systems, cognitive robotics, ambient intelligence, and brain/computer interfacing.
Please note that the above list only includes those researchers who participated in the 2007-08 Research Assessment Exercise. Please visit the Intelligent Systems Research Centre website for a full list of Centre members.